Rosa Liksom wrote a novel in which the Lapland War ripped refugees migrating to Sweden with her cattle. In this story, he breaks his relationship with nature and tells what made Pentti Linkola, who died another spring, cry.
Finland perhaps the most sought after author of the moment has had a challenging morning.
Just before the interview Rosa Liksom has been on magnetic resonance imaging, which has checked the condition of the tendon in his left hand.
The description lasted a long time and kept the ground motionless, holding his hand in an awkward position.
Even less goes on the nerve.